THESTYLEFIBULA

Springtime lore of daffodils

By TheStyleFibula | 14 Apr 2016

Spring is an inspiring time of the year, when nature awakens, and so does one’s own wardrobe. All of a sudden you start seeing your well-acquainted garments in a new light, what also gives rise to new combinations and style experiments. Just be courageous…

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A Story of Pajamas – From Russia to Palazzo Pitti

By TheStyleFibula | 13 Apr 2016

Wearing pajamas suit in public is not any recent fashion innovation but a certain classic style that always stays chic in a right place at a right time.   In January 1960, during one of the fashion shows presented for the eyes of great society at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence, the “palazzo pajamas” saw…

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Fashion & Neomania

By TheStyleFibula | 15 Mar 2016

Since the mere beginning in XIVth century the social phenomenon called FASHION has never stopped fascinating us with its ephemerity. The more we learn about history of fashion, the more unconventional, changeable and inconstant we desire to become in fashion. Is that constant search and desire for something new, eccentric, fascinating and inspiring – NEOMANIA…

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Spring, Monday & down coat

By TheStyleFibula | 14 Mar 2016

  Monday… a new day of a new week. Spring is here but it is still cold in the morning. Long slender down coat is all I need to feel good while walking towards new challengers at work? What outerwear do you prefer in such a weather transitional period?

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Was Oscar right?

By TheStyleFibula | 13 Mar 2016

‘Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months.’ – Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), Irish wit, poet, and dramatist

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About

By TheStyleFibula | 13 Mar 2016

Welcome to TheStyleFibula! This blog I once started to keep my mind open, like an umbrella, in order to let my genuine passion for art, scientific curiosity for fashion and profound interest in the anthropology of style thrive through my writing. I believe when knowledge meets passion they can do a lot for a person,…

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